The 593 selected annotated games offer excellent material for study: top players such as Carlsen (2 annotated games), Caruana (1), Anand (2), Aronian (2), Giri (2), Karjakin (2), Kramnik (3), Navara (1), Radjabov (1), Vidit (1), Wojtaszek (2) have analysed their games and in addition there are comments from Queen’s Indian experts like Krasenkow (81), Gershon (76), Atalik (44), Marin (35) and Roiz (33). There is a total of 9048 games where the average rating is at least 2560 (apart from games with annotations by Queen’s Indian experts Michael Adams and Sergei Tiviakov).
System requirements: Pentium PC, 2 GB RAM, Windows 10, 8 or 7 and Fritz 13, 14, 15, 16 or ChessBase 15, 14, 13 or 12 and DVD drive.
The database loads an overview of the games. A double click loads a game. The tab Players allows you tosort the games according to frequency (using the tab Total). That leaves Anatoly Karpov at the top with 346 games, but he has almost the same number of Whites as Blacks. It is worth studying the games of Sergei Tiviakov who played all of his 217 games with the black pieces. It is also interesting to click on Title; (for that a current Player Encyclopaedia needs to be installed); you see that almost all the world champions had or still have the Queen’s Indian in their repertoire.
The games can be played through or further investigated with an engine or a Powerbook.